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Charlie Chaplin's "The Floorwalker" (1916)

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Charlie Chaplins 51st Film Released May 15 1916

The Floorwalker was Charlie Chaplin's first Mutual Film Company made in 1916. It starred Chaplin as a customer in a department store who finds out the manager is stealing money from the store. It was noted for the first 'running staircase' used in films. Edna Purviance played a minor role as a secretary to the store manager, played by Eric Campbell.

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This movie is part of the collection: Silent Films

Audio/Visual: sound, B/W
Keywords: Charlie Chaplin; Silents

Creative Commons license: Public Domain

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